Lesson Study                            Observation                             Lesson 1                           10 Marc...
Students                       listening to                      Facilitator’s                      Instructionsprepared b...
SAME OR DIFFERENT(Oral Communication Skills)     Lesson Study Observation Lesson          Class: Secondary Two G    Teache...
Instructions to Students1.   Line your own desks independently in a straight column.2.   Make sure that your desks are als...
Instructions to Students4.   Do not move your desks.5.   Move your chairs 90 degrees on the spot to face your neighbour di...
Instructions to Students9. You must have with you a pen and a file or a    big book to act as a folder.10. You are going t...
Let’s suppose Student A has                …and Student B has this other     this picture A1 with him                    p...
Instructions to Students13. Both Students A and B seem to have the same    picture. When you receive YOUR piece of    hand...
Instructions to Students15. The purpose of your task is to compare by    SPEAKING ONLY IN ENGLISH to each other    in your...
Instructions to Students17. You are given ample time to work things out    with your co-learner. All pictures must be    d...
Instructions to Students19. Do not show anything to your co-learner at all. Once    you have arrived at a decision for A1,...
Secondary 2G students seated in straight columns and rows witha partner each.       prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee              ...
Facilitator-teacher Ms. Tan Mei Shan makingthe ground rules clear to the students ofSecondary 2G before the demonstration-...
DEMONSTRATION on the  powerpoint slides     STUDENT No. 1         And     STUDENT No. 2      prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee   14
Let’s suppose Student A has                …and Student B has this other     this picture A1 with him                    p...
THE DESCRIBING PROCESSStudent 1   I have with me in Picture A1 three            circles and a big black square. Do        ...
THE DESCRIBING PROCESSStudent 1   I mean it is pointing towards the three circles.            By the way, the arrow is not...
THE DESCRIBING PROCESS……AFTER FURTHER EFFORTS AT DESCRIBING, COMPARING ANDCLARIFYING…...Student 1   I think I am quite sur...
Ms. Tan had the choice to use the powerpoint presentation slidesto demonstrate to the students how the task was to be carr...
The two studentsdemonstrated the taskof describing in theEnglish Language to therest of the class.                   prepa...
The demonstration process involves:1. Careful studying of the picture to be described.2. Use of English Language at all ti...
Ms. Tan showing                           the class the                           demonstration                           ...
Issuing of Handouts Set A, B, C and D.            prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee     23
THE DESCRIBING, COMPARING, CONTRASTING,CLARIFYING PROCESS BEGINS              prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee    24
The students participating actively in the process                  prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee           25
Communication done meaningfully in English                prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee     26
Close but                        non-                     intrusive                    observation                    and ...
The students were initially given tenminutes. Time was extended slightly toallow slower groups to complete theirtasks.Stud...
prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee   29
THEY WERE SO ACCURATE – THEY’D GOTTEN ALLTHEIR PICTURES RIGHT.               prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee     30
The students completed their self and peerassessments for the activity.They submitted all their activity sheets andassessm...
End of Lesson Study Observation Lesson               Class: 2G              Facilitators: Ms. Tan Mei Shan / Mr. Yeo Yam H...
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  1. 1. Lesson Study Observation Lesson 1 10 March 2011 Class: 2G Lesson: English Langauge Facilitators: Ms Tan Mei Shan Mr. Yeo Yam Hwee Observer: Ms. Calaisprepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 1
  2. 2. Students listening to Facilitator’s Instructionsprepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 2
  3. 3. SAME OR DIFFERENT(Oral Communication Skills) Lesson Study Observation Lesson Class: Secondary Two G Teacher-facilitator: Miss Tan Mei Shan Date of Lesson: 10 March 2011 Time: 1245 - 1345 prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 3
  4. 4. Instructions to Students1. Line your own desks independently in a straight column.2. Make sure that your desks are also in line when you position them in rows.3. Your desks in class should look like this: prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 4
  5. 5. Instructions to Students4. Do not move your desks.5. Move your chairs 90 degrees on the spot to face your neighbour directly.6. Wait for further instructions from your teacher. 7. If you are seated in a single column, please wait for your teacher to make alternative arrangements for you. 8. If you are without a co-learner Because there is nobody else to == pair up with you, please wait Patiently. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 5
  6. 6. Instructions to Students9. You must have with you a pen and a file or a big book to act as a folder.10. You are going to receive individually a piece of handout containing instructions and information which you cannot reveal to anybody else.11. For now, pay attention to your teacher. You must watch the [DEMONSTRATION] provided by your teacher and your classmates carefully.12. When you receive the piece of handout, read the instructions and study the contents immediately and carefully. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 6
  7. 7. Let’s suppose Student A has …and Student B has this other this picture A1 with him picture A1 with her.A1 A1 prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 7
  8. 8. Instructions to Students13. Both Students A and B seem to have the same picture. When you receive YOUR piece of handout, read the instructions and study the contents immediately and carefully.14.Do not look at other people’s handout. I will ask you to leave the activity area immediately. You will only be allowed into your classroom when this activity ends. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 8
  9. 9. Instructions to Students15. The purpose of your task is to compare by SPEAKING ONLY IN ENGLISH to each other in your paired group to come to a decision whether Picture A1 (and you have more than one picture to do) is SAME or DIFFERENT.16.Do not look at anybody else’s handout. I will ask you to leave the activity area immediately. You will only be allowed into your classroom when this activity ends. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 9
  10. 10. Instructions to Students17. You are given ample time to work things out with your co-learner. All pictures must be described.18. You describe clearly and carefully what you have with you to your co-learner. He or she does the same process as you. Both of you must come to a decision todetermine if your respective A1s are indeed SAME or DIFFERENT. Write “SAME” or “DIFFERENT” within the box which contains A1. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 10
  11. 11. Instructions to Students19. Do not show anything to your co-learner at all. Once you have arrived at a decision for A1, move on to the next picture. Make sure both of you are referring to the same picture number before you begin “describing” to each other.20. Complete all boxes within the time given. Hold your answers to yourselves until further instructions from your teacher.21. Begin only when your teacher allows you to do so.22. If you have questions, raise them now.23. The handout will now be handed over to you. Please wait. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 11
  12. 12. Secondary 2G students seated in straight columns and rows witha partner each. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 12
  13. 13. Facilitator-teacher Ms. Tan Mei Shan makingthe ground rules clear to the students ofSecondary 2G before the demonstration-triggeractivity prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 13
  14. 14. DEMONSTRATION on the powerpoint slides STUDENT No. 1 And STUDENT No. 2 prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 14
  15. 15. Let’s suppose Student A has …and Student B has this other this picture A1 with him picture A1 with her.A1 A1 prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 15
  16. 16. THE DESCRIBING PROCESSStudent 1 I have with me in Picture A1 three circles and a big black square. Do you have them with you too?Student 2 Yes, but in the big black square, do you have an arrow?Student 1 Yes, I do. Let me try to make it clear to you. The arrow is not black and its direction is pointing inwards.Student 2 What do you mean by “inwards”? prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 16
  17. 17. THE DESCRIBING PROCESSStudent 1 I mean it is pointing towards the three circles. By the way, the arrow is not black. It is not shaded. It is empty. About 10 centimetres wide.Student 2 Let me see. Where is it in the black box? Mine is on the top left hand side. It is a broad arrow, shaped like a house fallen on its side, lying horizontally…Student 1 I think you are quite right. Your description seems to fit my arrow. What about the circles?Student 2 There are three. Like Olympic circles but I have them vertically down on the right hand side of the box. They are all the same size. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 17
  18. 18. THE DESCRIBING PROCESS……AFTER FURTHER EFFORTS AT DESCRIBING, COMPARING ANDCLARIFYING…...Student 1 I think I am quite sure, our pictures are the same…Student 2 Me too… but I am still not sure.Student 3 Most of the things described seem the same.Student 4 Ok, then shall we put the word “same” and then quickly move on to the next picture? Which number is that? prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 18
  19. 19. Ms. Tan had the choice to use the powerpoint presentation slidesto demonstrate to the students how the task was to be carried out butIn this case, she preferred to use two student volunteers for thetrigger activity. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 19
  20. 20. The two studentsdemonstrated the taskof describing in theEnglish Language to therest of the class. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 20
  21. 21. The demonstration process involves:1. Careful studying of the picture to be described.2. Use of English Language at all times.3. Refrain from using body language.4. Refrain from using hand gestures.5. Refrain from using other languages. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 21
  22. 22. Ms. Tan showing the class the demonstration pictures and emphasizing the importance of careful observation and accurate verbal description.prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 22
  23. 23. Issuing of Handouts Set A, B, C and D. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 23
  24. 24. THE DESCRIBING, COMPARING, CONTRASTING,CLARIFYING PROCESS BEGINS prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 24
  25. 25. The students participating actively in the process prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 25
  26. 26. Communication done meaningfully in English prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 26
  27. 27. Close but non- intrusive observation and filming of students’ activityprepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 27
  28. 28. The students were initially given tenminutes. Time was extended slightly toallow slower groups to complete theirtasks.Students were asked to comment on theirtasks.Students were asked to show each otherthe pictures in their respective handouts.More comments came from the students. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 28
  29. 29. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 29
  30. 30. THEY WERE SO ACCURATE – THEY’D GOTTEN ALLTHEIR PICTURES RIGHT. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 30
  31. 31. The students completed their self and peerassessments for the activity.They submitted all their activity sheets andassessment forms to Ms. Tan afterwards. prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 31
  32. 32. End of Lesson Study Observation Lesson Class: 2G Facilitators: Ms. Tan Mei Shan / Mr. Yeo Yam Hwee Observer: Mrs. Calais prepared by Yeo Yam Hwee 32

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